Risk analysis

Risk Analysis is a technique designed to quantify the impact of uncertainty.

It is usually conducted at the begining of a project or to compare two or more alternative scenarios, action plans, or policies.

It typically results in a plan of action to avoid the risks or minimize their consequences.

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